Jun 27, 2011 ... Once considered priceless, the ancient remedies frankincense and myrrh are
drawing new attention from medical researchers.
Frankincense its history and uses for ritual, ceremony and medicine. An
ethnobotanical profile of Frankincense (Boswellia sacra)
Both myrrh and frankincense grow as small trees or shrubs; they are of the
botanical family Burseraceae. Their natural growing range is limited, but this has
Dec 24, 2012 ... Frankincense is the dried sap of trees in the Boswellia genus, particularly
Boswellia sacra. These trees ... 25 Rarely Seen Historical Photos!
Dec 4, 2015 ... Frankincense & Myrrh are essential oils heard of (especially during this time of
year) as the Bible story of baby Jesus and the gifts He was given ...
Frankincense provides one of the most evocative scents in the long history of
aromatics. Its fresh, fruity, pine-lemon bouquet with delicately sweet, resinous
Description, From earliest history until today, fragrant, alluring smells have been
regarded as ... The main incense fragrances were frankincense and myrrh.
Dec 25, 2009 ... Frankincense and myrrh are plant resins, and both have a long history of use as
incense. The trees whose bark produces these resins grow ...
Frankincense is an ancient and fabled aromatic tree resin, its use as a fragrant
perfume reported from a multitude of historical sources at least as early as 1500 ...
Feb 9, 2010 ... Oman's Land of Frankincense is an 11-hour drive southwards from the capital, ....
But this is a blink of the eye in the history of frankincense.